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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

_Jt iK. MOTLEY'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS. HARPER & BROTHERS, Franklin Square, New York, Publish this Day: HISTOHY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS; From tbe Death of William the _silent to the Synod ol Port. With a full View of the English-Dutoh Struggle aganst Spain, and of the Origin and Destruction of the Spanish Armadft. By John Lothrop Motley, _LL. D., D. C. L., Corresponding Member of the Institute of France, Author of " The Rise of th« Dutch Republic." With Portraits and-Map. 2 _vols. 8voi Muslin, $4.00; Sheep, $4.£0; Half Calf, S6. Mr. Motley, the American Historian of theVmtea Netherlands—toe owe him English homage.—London _rijJKSi" ¦ ¦¦ '¦ . ' ¦"' ¦"• ¦ ' ' ' ' ¦ .-; ' :¦ ; '¦ -¦ ¦ ¦ .. •¦ His living and truthful picture of event*.~Q_.VA'S.-cbbly Review (London), Jan., 1861. Fertile as the present age has been in historical _teorle* of the highest merit, none of them can be ranked above these volumes _%n tht grand qualities of interest, accuracy, and truth.—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

ORIENTAL DETERSIVE SOAP.—One pound of whioh will do as much washingand do it better than three of common rosin soap; clothes need no boiling nor rubbing on a wash board. Over 100,000 families are now constantly using it. We guarantee it to give _satisfaction! or return the money, Alt respeotableSrooers have it for sale. THAIN & McKEONE. _aagwiftf 3S> _nitd 24 Smith _WharAM. POOR RICHARD'S KYB WAT1R.— Laboratory REMOVED frem Penn Squareto 9°4 AHCh streetthird door above Ninth, where it willbesMd Wholesale and Retail, and by _Orugeists generally. fe9 8t* STOO&S AND BONDS BOUGHT AMD sold on commission by JAY COOK E 4. CO. ia22-imif 114 _frouth THIKD fetreet. MONM KBOisIVBD ON DEPOSIT, and interest allowed, by JAY COOKE to CO. ja22-Imif 114 South THIRD Street. DRAFTS ANB NOTES COLLECTED . by • JAY COOKB k CO. ja_^ feuf 11 4 Soath THIRD Street, _Wj EW YORK, BOSTON, ARD BALTIJ- _' more _KxohanRO bought and «>ld by JAY COOKE & CO. jaa-lniif 114 Sou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

MARINE _INTKfcJbiGENCE BEE FOURTH PAGE. ARRIVED. Stetmshijp City of _Riohmond . Mitchell, from Richmond, via Norfolk25 hours, with mdse to Thos WebsterJr. Off Duck Creek, passed bark Grand Turk, for _CienfueKos. BarR Benj _Hailet. Little from New Orleans via Key W«5»t3d instwith sugar. &c to _Bishop, Simons k Co _Schr William k John. Burton fr.-»m Norfolk via Baltimore, S days, with mdse to Thos Webster, Jr. BT _TBLSSK.iU'H- -. • ¦ Correspondence of the Press) New Orleans, Feb U. Arrived—Ship New Orleans, from Liverpool. MEMORANDA. Steamship New YorkVan San tan, from Bremen 21th nit, via Southampton, to 29th, arrived at New York yesterday ; experienced heavy westerly gales during the whole passage Masmi'hip De laware. Cannon, cleared at New York ymt4»rd«y for Philadelphia. Ship Mary Bangs, Tomes, from Callao, arrived up at Baltimore 33th inst_. Ship Granite State, Weeksfrom Calcuttaarrived at New York yesterday; lfirhult!at 38.1"ng29; boarded shipBaco. from JSew York...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

HO. ULL MAN. ATTORNEY-AT-• LAW, JERSEY SHOREPennsylvania. Collections promptly made in Clinton and Ljoommg counties. ¦ '- ¦ _'- v: , . . _KIPEES TO Messrs. WaHer & Kaub, Philadelphia; J.H.Humes, Fsq..Jersey Shore; _XMessrs_. Ba_^croit & Co., Phiiada ; f-hnffrer, Ziegler& Co.Phiiada ; Frishmuth k Co., Philada-; Ii. A.MackerLook Haven; YardGilmore, k Co., Phiiada.; Thatcher k _Woddiop, Phiiada.; Reynolds, Ho well, k Reiff, l'hilada._ felS-3m rpHE FOURTH INSTALMENT OB FIVE ¦- DOLLARS per share on the capital stock of the Mahanoy and Broad Mountain Railroad Company will beoome due and payable on tbe 38th instant, at the ofBoa of the _Company, Ho. tt&B Snnth THIRD Street. fel_6,19,23,2B-4t* R_. 8. BROCK. Treasurer. EAST MAHANOY RAILROAD COMPANY, OFFICE. 407 LIBRARY _STREET. PhiladelphiaFeb. 141861. The fourth _lnirtalment of Five Dollars per Share is payable at the Uffioe of this Company oa the lit March nest. ' A. McINTYRB, feli-M 2128&mhl T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

SAVING F1TND8. _SAVING FUND—UNITED STATfS TRUST COMPANY, corner THIRD and CHESTNUT Streets. lNTERE8i_?FIVK ra8R_?WFORD._PreMd.nt. J*MES R. HUNTERSecretary and Treasurer. Office hours, from 10 until 3 o_'oloolc. This Company is not joined in &ny application to the Legmlatare. fe6 AMERICAN SAViNQ FUNDS. E. corner WALNUT and FOURTH Streetscontinues to receive deposits and pay ail _»unu: on _^ demand m it has always done. ALEXANEiiR WHILLDIN, _ " ¦-'¦ '' President. JoHitS.Wn.sosr, Treasurer. ¦ , ja»-iltf REM _OYAL.—8. R. OOLLADAY has removed his BUTTON WA REHOUSE to 309 CHURCH AiLEy_, where he offer* to tb_». ti«de_a l*r_«« variety of new styles ef Fanoy. and Pl»n.BUT_« TON<_i - /, _j« ¦* .- .1*11 Bt CTEREOPTICONS—fuitabi_^^_Ke. or _^ small rooms for public _exbibitioi_^WH_^_SS 1 ^? instructionsor family _entertainmenwaMpffw_""_, »'J?" tu'es from five to thirty feet in _diamwwwMWffnty n hand or made to orderat _prices *rom.»7* »«»«•_ *oj instructions given for produci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Total netprofitfor 2months.MS186_,8S9 83 S162_. 490 53 Philadelphia Stock -Exchange Sales* February M, 1861. Kkportjh _bjt S. 1i.8LAYMA.£Sa,Mer6ti»ri _fs""«r*>:.-_^ . FIftST BOARD, ' 1000 Pinna5s~—. ._C... 89_K 5 Penna R.-._«.«. 38M WOO do............. &M4 6 do_^^......... s» 100(1 do...; ..... 8»>4 28 do~—........ 33 KOO do............ b9M 6 do ...:..... 38J_£ CODCity 63.. —-KSO98_^' 6 do M% 10UO _Klniira 1st ni—— 68 28 Harrisburg R .-«• 64_^ 11 Cam & Amooy—.109}* 4 do~-* 6*)_i 7 do............ 1O9>|_. 31 do—,.i..... _S4_JS 2 do...... .....109_& 10 do~ S4_JS 7 do ..cash. 109M 100 Reading A.._r8wu21>S 10 Morris _Cacat 81 80 do ....... 21% 8_t3a&3a-8 8 JR. -.tots 40 5NPennait ._.. 8ii 34 t-ehifih Vat tt_~~. MX A Meobaaioa ' Bk..-. 24 7ftlorrisCli'ri'.ady8l09 1 do - - - 24 3 do.......2dys.lOS _BETWBEW BOARDS. 20 Penna R. ^— ' -— 39 ! 100 Heading 11..-_—... 2\_% SECOND BOARD. 9350 _Penna 6j_^._^. .lots _»» 460 _Fohl WavesJ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

ABEL & LEY LA ND'S Unsurpassable Entertainments of MAGNIFICENT " iCTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, Will be given at the ASSEMBLY _BOILDtfrGS. 8.W. corner of T_* NTH and OHKSTNUT Streets, KVERY EVENING THIS WEEK. THK STEREOPTICON Displays GIGANTIC STERKu8«;OPrC PICTURES, 24 _FHkT _SQUABX _Representing the most noted views and interesting objects of Nature and a rt. comprising BJEAUTiFUL SCENERY, CH*RMING LANDSCAPES, _PANORAMIC Vf KWS OF CITIES, _ANCIKWT RUINS. The finest specimen? of AHCrllTECTURE of all ages «nd nations, a_» _reorraencrf< m their CHURCHES. CATHEDKALS. ABBEYfi, £BIF.CES,Ete., Aad _^f_^TTT tlomnn statuary. Together with a number of interesting, views on the Line of the _PEflNdYLVAMA CENTRAL RAILROAD, LOCAL SCRNERY, INTERIOR*! OF CHURCHES, MONUMENTAL, SCULPTURES, &O.« &O , _ASD _COLOaSAL r-ORi RAITS —.. OF _. ._ ~ .___ -- AMERICAN H_*-BO_«-o ANI> STATESMEN, A11 of which are produced _npon _„ _CAPfVAS _COVBRtNtf o«O _StiUARB FEET, With _s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

ASSISTS. Premium Notes ,919,268 S3 Invested in City s per cent. Loan. ¦ sis eo Office Furniture.— ... .. 118 12 Cash in hands of Treasurer-._^.... ar si liabilities """"" 8aw(B * None. Received Interest on Premium Notes, 4.0 _~ .... —- .. - 82,578 U Received Interest on Loans and Investments—^-...... . „. 45 67 . . . - ¦¦ - '92,634 81 Expens*_s. ¦,,_• ..,,, „ ,,,-,,..,,.... ' $971 '45'' Losses by Fire ~~ ~ 4U908 Interest and Premium returned.... CO 40 At the annual meeting of the _members of the * company for the eteotion of _Di reotorsheld at the rooms of tne Board of Trodo, Po. SOS CHESlMU _C street, first month (Jauunry) 14.1861, the following persons were elected for the ensuing year: DIRECTORS. Benjamin _Malone, Simeon .Matlaok JimeB 8medley, Thomas P. Rowlett, EH Dilhn. Joseph HaywanJ, William Bedell Thomas Mather, Frederick CadmttS, Amos rJillbnrn T. _Ellwood Chapman, Aaron W. Gaskill. _Benjamin malonb, President. _T. ELLW OOD CB'PMArt, Secretary. ¦ Second mon th 4th, _1861...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

_COKT_1NEKTAL HOTEL-Ninth an? Chestnut. . W B DivenLandisburg H BishopFlorida Rev J R Clark. Land'Sburs D l_._Smith, Allegheny T D Messier. _Vittseurg -K V _Btt an. 8t Louis Jas C > _avage. Chicago J E Aiken, Chicago JL Ludiow, Burling ton AL Ho!tey,New York W R Jines_,Boston K _MoSweeney. Boston BC "Vjiushn & laTroy, N Y H B _^argent, Boston Ch-_«s FollettNewark, Ohio J Birakhead, Baltimore W M"Conkev, Penna D Wilson, Pen_> a H M B_?ueU » N J P 8oben«on 4; la. Pittsbg N B GibbsBoston Miss A GibbsBoston Albeit Glover, Boston ftl_»s Brylan & 2 ohil_, N Y J «' McMurran, _NatoheK H Leerts, New A oTk J R PlattNew York W A Shepard, Troy, N Y Thos Franklin. _Harrisburg Jas W Smith, New York w C Ellt* xv ew York V W Bell8t Louis F H Uuitman & wf. Ef Mine ARouth, Louisville J 8 LoydNew York .R F Andrews, New >ork ,_ Mrs H _' H ' Doubledai_.W dies G M. Atwater. Mass W P Clark. Iowa E /» Raymond- Boston B W RobmsnnLexington Dr B_'y.New York W R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

EDUCATIONAJL. _PKOFRSSOR " ALVXANDKB. DI WOL0WSX1 his the honor to annouroe that, in compliance with the _eeneial _rmuest of his f. lends and pupilshe will give one mora. ano Pi _HiVlVELY LA>T _COUitSe, of instruction in SINGING and the PIANO, by hie New and Original Method -whioh haa met with unexampled success. All those who desire to beoome, in a very short timefine Singers or excellent rertnrmer»,_oan avail themselves of ihw lBSi ,_**_X?OI 2? Bltb _^ applying at his residence, No. 7*1 »A«tOM 8_treet. _fei6 6t* MADAME CLEMINT'S FRENCH Boarding-school for Young Ladiea, Beverly, We* Jersey. The Eighth Term will commence Febraaty 4th, 1861. 'I he number of pupils ib liy.iled, and the ln-Btruotion is _tboiuug h in every department. Teru_*i _REPBESKCBS. -Rt. Bev Alonzo Potter, Rt. Rev. W, H. Odenheimer Thomas A. Bi_._tole, Ksq., Philadelphia; Major Robert _Amlarson, _Profestor W. J?. f helpsTrenton. jil8~f&m8t A _WDI WILL INSTRUCT ON TBI Harp, Piano, or Guitar, or g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

" """""" M ' Rrs/BrMlLLC""" _5. Bolero_^From the ** S: oilian Vetrpe-B. " MD'. 1.K CARL'itTA PATTI, 6. Grand Dao—From '• I Masnadieri." _Mo_'LLiiCailuOTfA HATTI and SioS' o&STISELH. AdansBion....Fifty _Ceats. Reserved Seats......81. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert will commence at 8 o'olook. It . __ ""'"¦" AMUSEMENTS. _^_UsioALTfuND HALL. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, FEBRUARY 18th, FAREWELL CONCEWT OF 8IGNOR STIGELLI. And his la»t _appeamnce prior to his departure for Europeon which oooa»ion he has the honor to annosnoe that he will be asgig ed by MD"t.LE _OA_^LOrTA PATTI. The _ealehrated _f_^^rt. an* The renowned Pianist—his first _appearaaot in Pkila geiphi*_. _£ l_« Grand Fantasia for Piano-forte—" MidsamnMr Ni?ht'« Dream." Mr. 8. B MILLS. 2. Song-- i-roksne 8lumen,''( Faded Flowers,) S Grand Aria. " from the Magio Flute—" Song of the Queen of Nuht, ' * MD'1-.LB JaRLOTT * _PaTI'-. . 4. New Ballad- " Die _Kieinen Gesohwiter."{Th_« Littl« Brother and Pm••;,7}%n_»>m» '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

FINAIfCIAI. AND COMMBRCIAX. The Money Market. Fhii.abei.phia, February 14, 1861. The stook of tte Pennsylvania Bailroaa Company _oontinuea to advance. It closed with _ial«l al 29* -a gain of i to-Say. The Camden and Amboj _Kailroad shares were also better, selling to-day at _109J—a gain of _|. Reading opened at 21i, sank io 21_f, and roaa again lo 21*. Morris Canal sold al 61, and tha Preferred at 109. _LeWgo Valley Hallroad at 514, Harrisburg Railroad Mi, and North _Pennsylvania Railroad 8i-Bank stocks are steady, wita very few offerings. Passenger Railroad shares are out of favor. The money market is unchanged. Peterson's Counterfeit Detector for February 15 is published this afternoon, replete with valuable information for the counting house. Business of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company for the month, of January : r J 1861. i860. Recevvadfrom C_^ l _^ . _^111 _« •' Travel, &o 23.65146 85.880 _31 $161.106 ~i SI63_.650 85 IransportatitmRoadway. BumpaRcHen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

"BfTANTBD —The advertiser has large w» experienee in the Dry Goods Commission businjgs. and » well aoquaintedwnh all gond <>uyeT*,wonld oner himself to a well-known house a_» _Salnman. AddriM-with name, in strict confidence, to " Dry Good*, " t&Mcnloe. i'* IJLrANTED—A Smart Active Boy, who _„ _,t writesa frir _ha_^d and i» wiok at fi _fttres, Address " P. O.," _offioe of The Press. iei3 at* ANTED—A First-class talesman, who can command a fair amount of near trade. Address " X.k Co.," at this office. felS-4t* WANTED—An active young man, well _ . _aonuainted with tha oity Dry Goods Notion, and Clothing trade. Address " Box 133," Post Office. WANTED.—-A young lady, who haa had some experience in teachingwishes an engagement for the coming summer, aa Teacher of the English branches. Address '" Joanna S. WaolcPort Clinton, Pa." fe8 7t» IS OPEN FOR AN ENGAGEMENT with a first-class wholesale Dry Roods House, a silesma'fWlio _sellafsixtT thousand dollar* to firat-o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

ARRIYAL8 AT THUS PK1NCIFAL H0TBL8_, _IFP TO 12 O _' _OIiOOI 1_AMP WIGHT. GIRARD HOUSE-Chestnut street, below Ninth. J P Benson, Baltimore J JV1 BookBaltimore _f Marsh * wfMontreal Miss _otarsb_, Montreal Miss Cuoke, Montreal B H Hmnian, Cin, > C K At de._non & la, ft Y Miss LathropNew York _Mts Cornish & 2 ch, _PT Y J H _Williania. _Virsini* A B Lawrence. Virginia Mr Patterson. Pottsville W W Wriaht. Dowmaetwn ft W _fierce, Boston : HonT Jones York,« J 1 _McGreery &1*. _ftueteo .» w _%ykeB. _txenn.M_»town W0 *Wall«TtowmiiRtown H M CordJLexington, Ky W D Barrett, Baltimore Mrs T J v orke, New Jersey Owan U Jones, N Jersey K Re«ve New Jersey D B "toutPennsylvania IF W Deininger, Penna A R Barratt, Philadelphia S _Stigelli & la. New York JH l.Bid_.Phiiadeiphi_* J W _Got_»Philadelphia T a Morton & wf, r_» ¦ York Miss MortonNew York Miss Watson. New York E Smith, Connecticut J« O'Brian, Alexaadna_.Ya M> Orme, Mew-York * J B Rogs. Ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

^/_CINDERELLA AND HER SISTERS, ' ¦ ¦ j. _vaWE_^_Sius. OF THK BOYAL ACADBMT OF FINK ARTS, _AHXWBBP. ON EXHIBITION AT KO SIMEON'S, 910 CHESTNUT STREET. OFSN FhOM 9 A. H. TO S P. M. Admission 35 cents. Season t _ckets 60 oents. NOTICE .—The exhibition will _posiuvety _closa March 2d. . felSl«t OAKFOKD'S OPIKA HOUSE, _^ ¦ oOTPokftrasaw™_"- NEWLY DECORATEn AND PAINTED. MR.SANFOAD Has secured one of the _LaRGES r COMPANIES ever presented heretofore, who will appear nightly. Sanford will perform every ev_^n_' ng. Doors open at 7; Commence at 73£. Admission 28 cents. Children 15 cents. de_!7-2m SIGNOR BLITZ AT HTS TEMPLE OJbWONJDERS. COMMONWEALTH HALL CHESTNUT STREET, 81GWOR BLI'IZhaving returned from Cuba. will. " _ot _general solicitation, commence his ENTERTAINMENTS at the above place on W£D*E&D *Y _h VBNING. January 30, at half_past seven, »na EVERY EVENING during the WEMK. and _WEDNESDAY and SATURBA V afternoons at three. CONSISTING of new and ENTERTAINING DEMONSTRATIONS ™ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES Thh _Laxbst _JxunLLi&Msoa _»_smi "Wash-1N»TON. _f outhern Convention. Louisiana _f'roposiug a new Confederacy. U. 8. War Vessels off _Penaooola. South Carolina demands Fort Sumpter. The President Declines to Surrender. The Peace Congress. James Buchanan in favor oi CLARK'S GREAT ONE DOLLAR STOKE, General Soott tone to Mexico. Compromise more Hopeful, Wm. L.Yancey Orders a Set of Carbunole Studs and Sleeve Buttons (Etruscan Setting) from CLARK. Jbisaffeotion in the Navy. Officers resigning in conseauenoe of their inability to join the thousands that daily visit CLARK'S _GftKAT ONE-COLLAR STORE. The Peace Congress expeoted in Philadelphia, to invent their " dollars" with CLARK, at which time they will reoeivo a copy of the popular song of "Dixie's Land" The above information was all that came over the wire last nighff but for its _corroctnoes we are responsible. ; . . . . ¦ /¦¦;: ¦ .:_; . ' ._Vi;._' ;. " ' " ' /. -- ¦ : ¦ _" Fnr additional particulars, ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

VAN AMBUBGH & CO.'S GRAND ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE UNITED STATES BUILDINGS, 436 and 438 _CHEbTN UT Street, Next to tne Custom House. EVERY MORNING, AFTERNOON, and EVENING Doors open at 10 A. M.3 and 6_^ P. M. Admission 28 cents; children under nine years lit oents. Performance of fclephant, Lions, Tigers, fasthen, Leopards, _Pnmas, Pomes, Monkeys, Mules, ka., every Afternoon and KvoBing. FOURTH SUCCESSFUL WEEK Of this Moral, Instructiveand Amusing iixnibition. SPECIAL NOTICE,—lhat miracle of sagacity.tbe wonder iui Performing * _leohaiit. _Tippoo Oaib. will be introduced into the arena every Afiern<<_on and evening- t>7 Prol. Nash, and _exeen e feata hitherto deemed _impoeaible, and never attempted by any other animal. JaM-t f .. .. ¦ ¦ - ¦ . . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ _IiHE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA give their PUBLIC REHEARSALS every 8-*TURDAY. commencing at SH o'olock. at the MUSICAL FUND HALL. 8 _tiokew, 91; single _tioketa2S oents, for sale at Chickenn t k son's8U7 Ches...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Philadelphia Markets _Febkuaut 14—Kvening. There is very little export demand for Flour, and only 300 bbls good extra sold at 86.25; 800 tibls low grade extra family at $5 25_eeS.£0; _Buperfiae ia nominal at $S; the sales to the trade range from the latter quotations up to $s.37_« for extra brands, $6 60a6 for extra family, and $6 2S<zr6 50 for fancy _lois, as to quality. Rye Flour is held at S3 62)4, and Penna, Com Meal $2 87_^ ftbbl. Wheat.—The demand is limited..and prices oonttnue about tne _samn; sales of 1.800 bus fair to prime rett at S1._2_IO138 _; 60' J bus Rood Southern while at $1.38; 1.100 bush Kentucky at Sl.41and 600 bus ohoioe do at _S1.6C #• hus. Rye i»unoBannedwith sales of 800 bus Penna, at680. Co n is dmet at 680 for otn yellow, and 680 _^ bus tor n«w _Uats ate dull, and lo W bu lower; 300 bus i-enna. sold at 32o W bu Bakk.—1st No. 1 Quercitron is wanted at S25 _^ ton. Cott n-—Phe market continues dull, and prices abour , 3_^3 lower than last quoted. : Gh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

COMMERCIAL HOTEL-Sixth st.. above _. _Cbisstnut. H F John, _Poitsville • ¦ " ¦ . O F BhindelrTamaqua W HH real. PMIadelphia M Yeatman_.Wilm. _ilel L 8 Jmbrie. New Castle J WayChester co. Pa Jn« B DuckettNew Jersey J M Baker. _Pennsylvania P G CareyPhrunixville A & Vanderahce, Pa J C Buckwaiter, Phocnix%r e FOUNTAIN HOTEL—Second st.. above Market. Jas StephensBuffaloN Y Jaa Premnmn- Delaware jjt MoCiintook, Phila Geo W CU f poole.N J 11 A Holmes, New Jersey John G liraliamDelaware F Corliss, Long Branch _F VincentWlmDel J P 1-ippmoott, Mt Holly _Saml _Towneeod, Del MOUNT VERNON HOTEL—Second ft., above Aroh. J Steele, _Wilkesbarre H Hall, Pennsylvania Mr ' ooper, Pennsylvaraa Mrs Gladicg, Phi'a E Edwards Philadelphia . ¦ _Merntt Paxson, Delaware Mis J P _Huber k. dau, Phila J B _Sardeison, Ohio BALD EAOLE—Third «treet. above CallowhiU. P B Derr, AHentown Miss Nace. _Quakertown Saml Bening, Backs eo T B Leisennng. Pa jw _iss Phifeley. N ornstown Peter 1 roxel. Letugh co Miss ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Mr. Motley's prose epic—London _Spkctaior Its pages are pregnant with instruction.—-London Literary Gazette. A book which abounds in beauties, and which every body is either reading or is about to read—liONDON ATHBN-EUai.: ¦ ' ¦;' ¦ ¦ ¦ ;:¦ ¦ ' ' _' ' v " ' ' . '' Aheady takes a rank among standard works of histor>j.—London Critic. One of the most fascinating as well a$ important histories ef the century.—Cor. N. Y. Evesins Po ST. We may profit by almost every page of his narrative, All the topics which agitate us now are more or less vividlytpresentedin the History pf this United Netherlands,—New_^Yohk Times. ¦ QTHARPKa & Brothers will send the above Work by Mail, _yoBtate pie-paid (for any distance in the United States under 8,000 miles), on receipt of the Money. "... .- ' ; : •-. '..¦ - ¦ , /., , ¦ . ,.-- ¦ _^- ¦¦ ' • ¦^ v . • . ¦¦ . '..:.,:: fel5-2t ¦

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